I am evaluating MySQL Cluster as a possible replacement for an InnoDB schema. So far, I have tested it with 10s of MB of data, and found MySQL Cluster slower than InnoDB; however, I have been told ...
What is a scaleable database design for querying items and only returning those a particular user has not already seen?
I'm looking at database architectures that will allow the storage of a list of items a user has already seen so that I could subsequently query the items table and only show the user items they had ...
Are there any practical datasets that, by their nature, cannot be partitioned in any practical way? I am wondering about this because such datasets would be ill-suited to scaling out on commodity ...
I have developed one website for social network and I have used mysql for data storage. Now a days, many tables become a very huge (2-3 tables has 30 million records & 3-4 table has 300k records) ...